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Literature Help: Black Beauty By Students' Academy
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“Black Beauty” by Anna Sewell was first published in 1877. This English author wrote this novel in the twilight years of her life while she was confined to her house as an invalid. Right... More > from the time of its publication, the novel proved to be a great success. Five months after the publication of the book, Anna Sewell passed away. However, she was satisfied to see her novel being sold and read admirably. More than fifty millions copies of “Black Beauty” have been sold up to date and it is one of the bestselling novels in the history of novel writing. Literature Help: Black Beauty Copyright Chapter One: Introduction and History Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Words of Wisdom: Steve Jobs By Students' Academy
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If a few great people are going to be remembered forever to have changed the face of the world through incredible changes in information technology, Steve Jobs is definitely going to be one of them.... More > Born on 24th February, 1955, in San Francisco, California, Steve Jobs was a lone warrior who was always determined to do what he had in his mind. He was a great orator and he had the power to keep the listeners attentive to his thoughts. Several of his statements are now the guiding beacons for millions of young students and businessmen. In this book, we have included hundreds of his enlightening thoughts which are going to educate and entertain the readers. Words of Wisdom: Steve Jobs Copyright Preface Section One Section Two Section Three Section Four Section Five< Less
A Quick Guide to "the House of Bernarda Alba" By Students' Academy
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The mother, Bernarda Alba happens to be sixty years old. She lives in a house in Andalusia with her five daughters named Angustias, Magdalena, Amelia, Martirio, and Adela. La Poncia, the... More > housekeeper, and Maria Josefa, Bernarda’s mother, also live in that house with them. The playwright has deliberately excluded male character from the action. Owing to this technique, the high level of sexual tension prevails throughout the play. A Quick Guide to "The House of Bernarda Alba" Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Act One Act Two Act Three Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Literature Help: Homo Faber By Students' Academy
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“Homo Faber” by Max Frisch was first published in 1957. The German title of the novel is “Homo Faber. Ein Bericht.” The novel was first published in German language in... More > Germany. When the book was translated into English, its first English Edition was published in 1959 in England. Walter Faber is the protagonist of the novel. The story is written as a first person narrative. Walter happens to be a successful engineer. He travels throughout Europe and the Americas on behalf of UNESCO. Technology, probability, and logic rule the world view of the protagonist, but a sequence of incredible coincidences challenge his world view. Literature Help: Homo Faber Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less

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